Picture: The apotheosis of the Tory targeting of the Lib Dems at the last general election. Why Cameron might still be PM if the coalition had continued after May 2015. When David Cameron reflects on his earlier than anticipated departure as Prime Minister I wonder if in hindsight he’ll regret his and Sir Lynton’s Crosby […]
LONDON (Reuters) - Days before Britain's referendum on whether to leave the European Union, former Prime Minister David Cameron made an appeal to German Chancellor Angela Merkel for limits on the free movement of people, the BBC reported on Saturday.
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In a sign of the times, black writer David Dennis has issued a video with instructions for his son on what to do should he be shot and killed by police. Watching Cameron Sterling — Alton Sterling’s 15-year-old son — breaking down after his father was killed by police necessitated...
It sure hasn’t taken long for Theresa May to cement her reputation as a “bloody difficult woman.” First there was her brutal cabinet reshuffle, clearing the government of David Cameron’s posh Oxford set, sacking George Osborne and Michael Gove, once the bright lights of the Conservative’s future. Show More Summary
The world awoke several weeks ago to a shocking turn of events. With a decisive margin, the United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union and in the wake of that decision UK Prime Minister David Cameron has announced his intention to resign and leave office within the next few months. Show More Summary
Prime Minister Theresa May took power after David Cameron's departure in wake of Britain's vote to leave EU
Theresa May is about to become Britain's new prime minister, but do not be so sure that she will deliver a Brexit as promised. The current home secretary is set to be confirmed as David Cameron's successor on Wednesday evening afterShow More Summary
NEW YORK - Following British Prime Minister David Cameron's resignation, Theresa May, the British Conservative Party leader who currently serves as the country's home secretary, is expected to succeed Mr. Cameron. In response to these developments, American Jewish Congress (AJCongress) President Jack Rosen and Vice President Dr. Show More Summary
Over a quarter of a century on from Mrs Thatcher exiting Downing Street, Britain has its second woman Prime Minister. 59-year-old Theresa May - Eastbourne born and Oxford educated, succeeded David Cameron on Wednesday, less than three weeks after a referendum in which the British people voted to leave the EU.
David Cameron and his house in 'leafy' Holland ParkDaily Express Brits sometimes tell me that the problem with American politics is that the system of checks and balances, with the separate executive and legislative branches, means that changes are hard to make. Show More Summary
David Cameron overruled strongly worded advice from the U.K.’s Civil Service so that his special advisers would get an extra £282,000 in severance pay following his resignation. Civil Service chief executive John Manzoni insisted the...Show More Summary
The deadly attack during the Bastille Day celebrations in Nice is "sickening and dreadful," Former UK Prime Minister David Cameron said Friday.
There is no mention of climate change in the UK’s cabinet reshuffle, but new ministers may herald a positive change from David Cameron’s poor climate record
Less than 3 months ago, on April 22, in an address to the British people that may have cost David Cameron his job and led to the ever more rancorous divorce between the UK and the EU, Barack Obama warned that the UK would be at the “back...Show More Summary
On June 30, 1991, a diary item in the London Sunday Times noted an improvement in Prime Minister John Major’s recent performances in the House of Commons. It picked out an example—the way Major had exposed “a dreadful piece of doublespeak from Tony Blair,” then the Labour Party’s employment spokesman. Show More Summary
On his last day as Prime Minister David Cameron came out to speak to reporters and when we was done, turned away and hummed a short tune followed by “right!” But his mic was still on, and after news outlets played it, musicians began turning it into full-blown pieces of music…